• COVID-19 and the Power Sector
    IPPNY is working to keep our Members up-to-date on the latest with COVID-19 and the power sector. Learn more now.
  • Understanding the True Impacts of the Champlain Hudson Power Express
    New York City's hydropower plan is a shell game at a time when climate change demands real action. A study from Energyzt shows the true impacts of the City's plan.
  • Who We Are
    IPPNY is a trade association representing companies in the competitive power supply industry in New York State.

IPPNY MISSION

IPPNY's mission is to assist our member companies in becoming the premier providers of electricity in New York State.

FEATURED ARTICLES

IPPNY supports A.10006 (Cusick). This legislation would enhance protection of critical infrastructure, such as power plants, from cyberattacks. Among other provisions, the bill would amend existing law on the power and duties of the Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services, and it would add cyberattacks to the list of parameters for which an assessment of the vulnerability of critical infrastructure (including, but not limited to, power plants and now, under the legislation, industrial control systems) would be done and for which protective strategies would be developed.
In his update this morning on the coronavirus pandemic, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo stated that New York must prioritize infrastructure buildout, including more renewable energy resources. Among the projects he is looking to prioritize is a transmission line that would transport hydropower from Canada to New York City.
As U.S. policy makers look for cost-effective ways to tackle climate change, a diverse coalition of power generators, trade associations, and think tank experts this week asked the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to examine the policy options and implications of carbon pricing policies in competitive wholesale electricity markets. The request, submitted before FERC by a broad cross section of the electric industry and think tank voices, comes at a time when many states, utilities and electric markets are already considering policies that reduce carbon emissions in the electric sector and grappling with whether to integrate carbon pricing directly into the markets.

EVENTS

35th Annual Fall Conference 
Tuesday, September 15, 2020
Webinar

20th Annual IPPNY Golf Tournament
Monday, October 5, 2020
Saratoga National Golf Club
Saratoga Springs, New York